Tea type
Herbal Tea
Ingredients
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Flavors
Earth, Lavender, Lemongrass, Mint
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Caffeine
Caffeine Free
Certification
Fair Trade, Organic
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Average preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 10 oz / 298 ml

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  • “I think I bought this one when I was in Prague on exchange fair. Steeped for suggested, 8 minutes. Dry tea bag was with really nice and interesting aroma. I think I mostly noticed the mint there,...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I’m spending the night at my aunt’s so I’m raiding her herbal tea drawer. I don’t think I can get through all 50+ though. Bamboo leaf is the first ingredient but I can’t say I’m getting anything...” Read full tasting note
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  • “I have too much coffee and tea tea in my life, so a tisane was the way to go. Looking at the ingredients like “Organic bamboo leaves, Fair Trade Certified™ organic lemongrass, Fair Trade Certified™...” Read full tasting note

From Numi Organic Tea

Citrus murmurings of lemongrass quiet as they touch a kiss of spearmint in this clean, crisp mellow blend. Both have a cooling effect, allowing you to still your mind and be present. Bamboo is slightly grassy while blueberry leaf purifies, promoting calm and mental clarity. A touch of earthiness settles and centers you into awareness with each simple sip.

Alchemy: Still your mind and bring forth awareness with mellow bamboo leaves and cooling spearmint. Earthy blueberry leaf and a hint of lemon centers.
Flavor: Clean, crisp citrus and mint with grassy and sweet undertones
Occasion: Centering awareness
Caffeine: Non

Organic bamboo leaves, Fair Trade Certified™ organic lemongrass, Fair Trade Certified™ organic spearmint, organic hawthorne berries, organic elderflower, organic schizandra berries, organic blueberry leaf, Fair Trade Certified™ organic ginger, organic lavender.

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I think I bought this one when I was in Prague on exchange fair. Steeped for suggested, 8 minutes.

Dry tea bag was with really nice and interesting aroma. I think I mostly noticed the mint there, but for sure lemongrass, elderflower and lavender. Maybe little note of spiciness of ginger there too. When I added the water and making the brew, it turned out very herbal in aroma, with none of those distinctive notes. After brewing time, I notice room filled with lavender and lemongrass. It is bit reminding me Douglas fir tips tea from Juniper Ridge.

Slow down.

In taste? Well it’s herbal! Quite refreshing, but as well earthy. There is certainly lavender even in taste. But it is not that artificial one. It is real one, mellowing it a bit.

I wonder how bamboo leaf should taste like?
Song pairing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dw-Tz255GFg with English translation here: https://lyricstranslate.com/en/variace-na-renesan%C4%8Dn%C3%AD-t%C3%A9ma-variation-renassaince-topic.html – unfortunately word-to-word.

Flavors: Earth, Lavender, Lemongrass, Mint

Preparation
Boiling 8 min or more 10 OZ / 300 ML
derk

I enjoyed this song.

Martin Bednář

Happy to hear derk :)

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I’m spending the night at my aunt’s so I’m raiding her herbal tea drawer. I don’t think I can get through all 50+ though.

Bamboo leaf is the first ingredient but I can’t say I’m getting anything from it. Rather, this tastes mostly like an earthy tart lemongrass, which I don’t typically care for. Faint flat spearmint with no cooling quality. It tastes pleasant enough, I guess. It was nice to have on a warm day as the sun slipped behind the mountain.

Preparation
205 °F / 96 °C 8 min or more 10 OZ / 295 ML

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I have too much coffee and tea tea in my life, so a tisane was the way to go. Looking at the ingredients like “Organic bamboo leaves, Fair Trade Certified™ organic lemongrass, Fair Trade Certified™ organic spearmint, organic hawthorne berries, organic elderflower, organic schizandra berries, organic blueberry leaf, Fair Trade Certified™ organic ginger, organic lavender-OKAY,” I was hoping for it to be a fruity light herbal blend, but it was way too earthy. It was like drinking dirt with lemony “after-tones” to compensate. Feelings of “eck” making me present in the moment.

I will see if there is another way to brew it because I find that Numi Teas do better with more water in a pot than an individual cup, but I was not super happy with this blend.

twinofmunin

hmmm… i kinda like this one as chuck-in-a-mug-with-boiled-water-and-ignore. sorry you hated it. D:

Daylon R Thomas

I wouldn’t say hate it, just disappointed. Like I said, I gotta find another way to brew it.

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